Most Helpful Girl
A couple reasons;
1. Women honor their beauty; we like to look pretty and as attractive as possible for whatever reason, more profoundly than men do.
2. The media tells us we need make up, and that make up enhances our beauty.
My motto for make up is:
Make is an accessory - not a neccessity.
You can easily tell apart the girls who depend on make up to define their beauty - and women who use makeup to bring out their already natural pretty features.
I'm apart of group 2 in that scenario.
Actually - I'd prefer to only use make up for special more formal occasions - other than that, I rarely wear it.
I feel like, girls get used to seeing their face a certain way - whether it be always wearing eye - liner, foundation or a little eye shadow - that when they take all the make up off, they devalue their natural beauty, or believe they cannot be as pretty without any make up on.
That's pretty sad.
When I go all out with make up, foundation, eyeliner, mascara, lip liner, eye shadow, lipstick et etc - I look beautiful - but even after I was it all off, I still see that I'm just as beautiful with it.
I believe some women just cannot see themselves as beautiful without it, and that's when make up usually gets consitent, caked up, and way too much on the face.
Wearing make up shouldn't be an everyday thing unless you can psychologically handle it. We don't wear the same flattering shirts everyday - sometimes it's better to just throw on a t - shirt lol.
Not to forget stigmas against girls who wear heaps of makeup - you know the insecure thing, high maintenence, shallow stereotypes.
Makeup doesn't ruin your skin too much - really depends on who wears it and how much. People who wear it constantly, are going to want good quality make up that usually has vitamins in it for the skin.
My aunt loves makeup and has worn it for about 30 or so years. When she takes it off, she still looks like she's 24 - even though her 41st birthday is coming up lol -
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